Lol. I am going to be an incoming D1 and I am super excited for the sim. lab. I am looking forward to the support system of my class and faculty. When I usually work on any task or project myself, it turns out a better result as far as the actual physical project. Growing up I always had people critique my work of what they thought was good and I usually overthink it haha. Especially when people look over me while I am doing my work. I am looking forward getting help and looking to help my classmates. I hear about subjective evaluations of professors grading your work in clinic and I know everyone is giving advice and instruction and I know it’s essential. However, I get conscious when people observe me in general when doing a hands on oriented task such as strict professors. When I am off doing it by myself generally I do a lot better. If a person that is observing see that I messes up on something that is a detailed task, then there trust goes down even though there have been instances where I have a low chance of screwing up when I am by myself? I am sure it happens to all of us at some point, but I would like to get some advice on how to handle working under pressure with your hands while someone is looking over your shoulder? Any tips/advice on how you handle that? Other than that I am fine making conversation, working in teams, and helping others in didatics it doesn’t bother me.